November 15, 2008

Chikuwa no Isobe-age

chikuwa no isobe-age
chikuwa is a kind of Surimi.
This is a deep-fried chikuwa flavored with green laver.
The batter is made by mixing wheat flour, green laver, and water.
Cut chikuwa is covered with the batter and deep-fried in salada oil.

It is good for Bento and also good with beer.

5 comments:

Para i familiaku said...

WOW, I never tried these deep fried in batter. I do like Chikuwa but I always called in kamabuko stick! This looks good, is it hard to make?

Bridgett said...

Nobu, what is green laver? Whatever it might be, these look delicious and quite addictive! Send some my way, ok? :)

nobu said...

Hello para i familiaku.
It is also good cut chikuwa small and just fry it on the pan with green laver.

Hello bridgett.
Green laver is a kind of Nori(dried sea weed).
It is called "aonori" in Japan.

Saretta said...

Nobu, I only look at this blog infrequently because it makes me want to cry!!! I love Japanese food so much and can not get it where I live! The photo of Taco yaki drove me crazy!

mirage2g said...

I love surimi in aonori, I sometimes wrap a stick of surimi in nori...I think this is a good combination...I'll try this, thank you!

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